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KBluetooth vs. Borden

Hullo, all,

I'm using Squeeze and I'm assuming that the kdebluetooth packages work, even 
if they're still using the old Qt3 libraries.  Of course, kbluetooth does not 
recognise my tablet's Bluetooth system even though hcitool does.  Yes, I've 
triple-checked that I'm a member of *both* the netdev and bluetooth groups.

I have a Creative Bluetooth Headset (yes, they do exist) which I'm trying to 
use as a microphone/mono-headphone on my Debian laptop.  I've tried following 
http://wiki.bluez.org/wiki/HOWTO/AudioDevices with absolutely no success at .  
Any attempts to connect to the headset with

hcitool info XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX (with the XXs, obviously, replaced with the 
headset's Bluetooth address)

gets rewarded with

Can't create connection: Operation not permitted


sudo hcitool info XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX

gets rewarded with

Can't create connection: Input/output error

Yes, all of the hardware *does* work.  I've tested it and proven it.

So, my question goes to all of the KDE users on Squeeze: does Bluetooth work 
for you.  If so, how?

With thanks,

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